“Gospel Music acts as a network in conveying the word of God to different people in various nations”, said the director of Capital CAP choir Collins Yolamu Banda.
Based in Pretoria, South Africa, the Church of African Presbetyrian (CAP) Choir will be launching their second CD album on August 27 this year in South Africa.
The Malawian choir group led by Collings Banda is aiming high in spreading the word of God through music in the rainbow nation.
Collins said the tittle of the album talks about a Christian who went away from the presence of the Lord after accepting Christ and decides to return to Him and leave the earthly things to commit himself to the Saviour.
Speaking to News Watch Reviews, Collings Yolamu Banda who is the director of the Choir said gospel music anchors the intergral part in the morden world in spreading the word of God.
“We are geared to spread the word of God through music. We have seen that people love gospel melodies and this has prompted us to release another album so that God should be praised world wide through our God given talent.”, said Collins.
The album consists of ten songs and they will be recorded by the most experienced producer Joe Mangisa at Joshua Records in South Africa. Some of the songs which are in the album are; Ndabwelera, Adzathera pa dziko and Yesu ali pa khomo.
Collins said people should expect the best hits in this new album entitled “Ndabwelera” (I have returned) after a successful first album which was entitled “Ndikutamandani” (I praise you”) which was released three years ago.
The launch which will take place at St Peters hall which is opposite HD hall in Germiston, Johannesburg is expected to be extra-ordinary and a blessing to those who will attend it.
The director is urging all the people around and outside Johannesburg to come in numbers and support the launch. He has also promised all gospel song lovers thst are going to enjoy the best gospel songs composed by the most talented choir from Malawi.